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Aug 25, 2016 2:00PM EDT

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The Belt and Road initiative - potentially involving an area equal to 55 percent of the global GDP, 70 percent of the global population and 75 percent of known energy reserves – is reshaping global supply chains.

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25 Jul 2016
Port touts its proximity to distribution centers along Florida's I-4 corridor.
The Port of Baltimore, pictured, has rail access, but would stand to gain much if that access could accommodate double-stacked trains.
21 Jul 2016
The Port of Baltimore is not giving up on a project to raise the Howard Street tunnel enough to allow the passage of double-stacked freight trains.
APMT hopes that new cranes able to handle some of the largest mega-ships afloat, pictured, will help transform Pecem, Brazil, into a regional container hub.
21 Jul 2016
APM Terminals and port owner Cearaportus hope to turn the Brazilian Port of Pecem into a regional east coast South America hub.
11 Jul 2016
India is scouting for U.S. investment and technology for its infrastructure development program.
08 Jul 2016
Senior politicians in Kerala state, where a greenfield deep-sea transshipment port similar to Enayam is already under development, have expressed opposition to the recently approved Enayam project.
06 Jul 2016
The Department of Transportation plans to award 18 grants totaling $600 million to 16 states via the Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects program.
06 Jul 2016
Waste caused by poor infrastructure is thought to cost India around $45 billion per year, or 4.3 percent of GDP, according to McKinsey & Company.
05 Jul 2016
“Currently, all of India’s transshipment traffic gets handled in Colombo, Singapore and other international ports," the government said.
04 Jul 2016
India is prioritizing dozens of last mile port-rail connectivity projects to speed up cargo evacuation and help address chronic landside congestion problems at its ports.
30 Jun 2016
“We feel it is very important that we not only have the development of the industrial zones, but we have also been cooperating in the development of the infrastructure that surrounds the SEZ.”